Science Diver CourseJoining a Science Expedition is the best way to learn about our work and a great way to learn new underwater skills.

“My science dives with Expedition Akumal have been learning experiences and created a sense of care for these little creatures that make up the fabulous reef that I love. It has taught me to ‘see’ things that have been right in front of me all along.

I have also learned news skills, such as (trying to) stay stationary over the growing coral stems, to clean off the algae—very satisfying task.”

Martha Woodson Reese

PADI Open Water Diver and Regular Expeditioner

Martha cleaning the lines on a science dive
Martha cleaning the lines on a science dive







Modules allow students to build up their knowledge base and underwater skills each time they visit Akumal. Focusing on fine-tuning buoyancy and trim to begin with, divers then go on to learn new skills related to scientific diving and coral restoration. Eventually you will receive certification as an Expedition Akumal Science Diver Volunteer, which will allow you to take part in our coral restoration work and data collection for the Expedition Akumal database, as a volunteer member of the team.

You can send us a question or sign up here on out Contact Us page, or send us a message via our Facebook page 

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